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FIJ Awards Two New Grants for Police Misconduct and Coronavirus Investigations

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As part of our ongoing effort to support investigative journalists working on stories related to police misconduct and the coronavirus pandemic, we have awarded grants to two investigative journalists in the U.S. The grant recipients are:

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Bradford Bailey, a Freelance reporter from Georgia and New York City.

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Leah Sottile, a freelance journalist from Portland, Oregon

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